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    SJ pulls a T.O on the sideline

    He was yelling at the coaching staff after he did not get the ball.


    Just the facts.


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    Re: SJ pulls a T.O on the sideline

    good, as much as i hate T.O., and his attitude this coaching staff needs to wake up and give Jackson the ball
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    Re: SJ pulls a T.O on the sideline

    I hope he was yelling. He should have got that ball on 4th and 2, to not give it to him is a slap in his face.

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    Re: SJ pulls a T.O on the sideline

    Might be lack of trust there, the O line is so bad, not sure SJ was a sure thing.

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    Re: SJ pulls a T.O on the sideline

    I'm glad someone is showing some emotion and WANTS the ball. Sigh, another horrible loss. The Season is not over yet.

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    Re: SJ pulls a T.O on the sideline

    I love how people are dying to label Jackson the next T.O. I for one am glad someone is showing some fire everyone else seems to be going through the motions. Jackson should have touched it more, we always do what the defense expects we throw when down and distance says throw and we run rarely on occasions where mixing in a run might mix up the d. Good for Jackson, whats next fans asking for him to be traded?
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    Re: SJ pulls a T.O on the sideline

    I agree, and I'm with Jax... GIVE HIM THE DAMN ROCK!

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    Re: SJ pulls a T.O on the sideline

    That just means he wants the game in his hands. If he starts to pull the T.O. stuff in interviews, then we have a case.
    But until then, no.

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    Re: SJ pulls a T.O on the sideline

    Yeah, we truly are a different type of offense...In other words, we need to stick with the run, and we haven't been. Regardless of the o-line, we need to run it up the gut.


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    Re: SJ pulls a T.O. on the sideline

    Quote Originally Posted by Rammiser View Post
    I love how people are dying to label Jackson the next T.O. I for one am glad someone is showing some fire everyone else seems to be going through the motions. Jackson should have touched it more, we always do what the defense expects we throw when down and distance says throw and we run rarely on occasions where mixing in a run might mix up the d. Good for Jackson, what's next fans asking for him to be traded?

    Okay, I'm with you Rammiser, I agree. I too like SJ's passion and will to win. Someone tell me, which 4th and 2 play was this -- I think we had two such opportunities?

    I'm still so deflated after this defeat. At home. Division opportunity. Vs. Winnies. So close.

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    Re: SJ pulls a T.O on the sideline

    Quote Originally Posted by Rambos View Post
    He was yelling at the coaching staff after he did not get the ball.


    Just the facts.
    Facts? Try pure fiction. All it showed was Jackson yelling about something...who knows what...and the running backs coach had his hand on his chest. Jackson was NOT yelling at Wayne Moses or even looking at him. It appeared he was yelling at someone offscreen to his left. Maybe he was yelling at some O lineman telling them to frigging block somebody...who knows? We don't. Later it showed Jackson sitting calmy on the bench and talking with coaches...just a normal sideline shot, nothing you don't see 20 times a game, every game.

    So quit looking for excuses to hate Jackson and make him look bad....it's quite pathetic.

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    Re: SJ pulls a T.O on the sideline

    Quote Originally Posted by RamFan_Til_I_Die View Post
    Facts? Try pure fiction. All it showed was Jackson yelling about something...who knows what...and the running backs coach had his hand on his chest. Jackson was NOT yelling at Wayne Moses or even looking at him. It appeared he was yelling at someone offscreen to his left. Maybe he was yelling at some O lineman telling them to frigging block somebody...who knows? We don't. Later it showed Jackson sitting calmy on the bench and talking with coaches...just a normal sideline shot, nothing you don't see 20 times a game, every game.

    So quit looking for excuses to hate Jackson and make him look bad....it's quite pathetic.
    Agreed. From what I could see, and I'm speculating, it looked like Jackson was yelling at Romberg with Moses trying to calm him down. Regardless, to call this a T.O. type of incident is laughable.

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    Re: SJ pulls a T.O on the sideline

    Quote Originally Posted by Rambos View Post
    He was yelling at the coaching staff after he did not get the ball.

    Just the facts.
    Quote Originally Posted by RamFan_Til_I_Die View Post
    Facts? Try pure fiction. All it showed was Jackson yelling about something...who knows what...and the running backs coach had his hand on his chest. Jackson was NOT yelling at Wayne Moses or even looking at him. It appeared he was yelling at someone offscreen to his left. Maybe he was yelling at some O lineman telling them to frigging block somebody...who knows? We don't. Later it showed Jackson sitting calmy on the bench and talking with coaches...just a normal sideline shot, nothing you don't see 20 times a game, every game.

    So quit looking for excuses to hate Jackson and make him look bad....it's quite pathetic.
    Quote Originally Posted by r8rh8rmike View Post
    Agreed. From what I could see, and I'm speculating, it looked like Jackson was yelling at Romberg with Moses trying to calm him down. Regardless, to call this a T.O. type of incident is laughable.
    I agree with RFTID and Mike. If you didn't hear what Jackson was saying or even possibly who he was yelling at what facts do you really have, it's hardly a "T.O." It's pretty clear this is just an excuse to hate on Jackson especially from the other discussions we have had about him.
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    Re: SJ pulls a T.O on the sideline

    Quote Originally Posted by RamFan_Til_I_Die View Post
    Later it showed Jackson sitting calmy on the bench and talking with coaches...just a normal sideline shot, nothing you don't see 20 times a game, every game.
    In that shot, Romberg is involved in the discussion and looked to be explaining something to the coaches and Jackson. My guess is that it was indeed Romberg who Jackson was upset with and not any coaches.

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    Re: SJ pulls a T.O on the sideline

    from what I am reading here, nobody is hating on SJ, in fact everyone likes his fire including myself,someone needs to take the leadership role on this team,so why not Jackson because it is pretty clear our coaching staff needs to grow a set.

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